How to Use Adjectives in English – English Grammar Course

Do you know how to use adjectives in English correctly? Learn about gradable adjectives, correct sentence positioning, different meanings and other basics of English adjectives in this English grammar course.
You’ll see basic information about English adjectives, what they do, and how you can use them. Then, you’ll see some more details about different types of adjectives and what they mean.

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1. Adjective Basics 0:46
2. Gradable, Ungradable and Strong Adjectives 4:01
3. Adjective Position 7:23
4. Changing Meaning 11:28

This lesson will help you:
– Understand the basics of adjectives and how to find them in a sentence.
– Learn about gradable adjectives and how you can grade them correctly.
– Understand what ungradable adjectives are and which words you can use to add emphasis in a sentence.
– See the correct way to position an adjective in a sentence.
– Get examples of how adjectives can be used in different ways to have different meanings.

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  1. Don't forget to take the free quiz after you watch to check your understanding!

  2. It’s a good video though

  3. Thank you so much for sharing🙏🙏

  4. This is the best lesson I have ever learnt.pls give us more lessons about grammar

  5. I am a bit confused… "Other passengers got there earlier and took all the seats". Is "earlier" adjective or adverb??? Help

  6. Hello sir,
    Check this sentence out
    " He was due to fly home".
    What due is modifying to

  7. Thank you very much, Daniel and Marie, for the lesson. At first, I thought topic would be simple but I was wrong. the lesson has given me some really delicate knowledge about adjectives. For the first time I know that there are gradable and ungradable adjectives and some adjectives require strict position to noun.
    like any vocabulary in English, an adjective has many different meanings. Every time when I cannot find the right meaning of a word in sentence, I usually resort to the Cambridge dictionary. It offers many examples with as many contexts so I finally can find the right meaning of the word. I am very pleased to know that you also suggest the Cambridge dictionary to the leaners in this lesson.
    Goodbye and see you next time in your Adverb topic.

  8. Great video there are many things i didn't know.
    But i'm a little bit confused guys. Can a noun works like an adjective? For example "variable transport cost" is correctly written? or should it be "variable cost of transport"?
    Thank u…. you're awsome.

  9. Are these lessons meant only for ESL students (English as a Second Language) or do they also apply for EFL (English as a First Language) students?

  10. What about freer and fairer (trade)? I suppose they are gradable, innit?

  11. Can you speak about how to use wh question?

  12. Help help help 🙃😱 I am struggling to understand the difference between: “the climate is changing” verb + ING and “my girlfriend is boring” Adjective plus ING. How can I recognise what is a VERB or ADJECTIVE…..🤔🤔🤔🤯

  13. Hello sir,
    Can we use an adjective this way? What kind of adjective is it?
    ' The brave few fought the war.'
    Thanking you in anticipation

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